Originally posted on Malcolm's Round Table:
Today’s guest post about grief and coping with the death of a spouse or a life mate, is by author Pat Bertram (“Light Bringer,” “Daughter Am I,” “More Deaths Than One” “A Spark of Heavenly Fire”) who, I’m happy to say, has stopped by Malcolm’s Round Table several times before for some great discussions.
Pat’s most recent book is “Grief: The Great Yearning.”
The Messy Spiral of Grief
I am no stranger to grief. In December, 2006, I lost my younger brother, and exactly a year later, I lost my mother. I thought I knew what grief was all about, but the grief over those deaths in no way prepared me for the depth and breadth of the grief I experienced after the loss of my life mate/soul mate.
I’d known he was dying, and I’d prepared myself for the inevitable — in fact, at the moment of his death…
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